Celebrity Scoop – 10/10/2018

JANET JACKSON AMONG ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAME NOMINEES: Janet Jackson, Def Leppard, Devo, John Prine, Stevie Nicks and Kraftwerk are among the 2019 nominees for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Also on the list are LL Cool J, MC5, Radiohead, Rage Against the Machine, Roxy Music, The Cure, Todd Rundgren, Rufus & Chaka Khan, and The Zombies. The 2019 inductees are slated to be announced in December. A ceremony honoring them is planned at Barclays Center in Brooklyn on March 29th.

ARIANA GRANDE & PETE DAVIDSON MAY HAVE ALREADY FINALIZED THEIR PRENUP: Ariana Grande’s fiancé Pete Davidson has joked many times about how much more money she has than he does, and a source tells People that the couple is either close to finalizing, or has already finalized, a prenuptial agreement. According to Fortune, as of last year, Ariana was worth tens of millions of dollars, thanks to album sales, tours, her perfumes and her deals with companies like Reebok. InStyle puts her net worth at $45 million, and Pete’s net worth at around $3 million, thanks to his SNL gig and small parts in movies. On the season premiere of Saturday Night Live, Pete joked to fellow SNL cast member Colin Jost, “Obviously I wanted [a prenup], you know…God forbid we split up and then she takes half my sneakers!” He added, “No, look, I’m totally comfortable being with a successful woman; I think it’s dope. I live at her place. She pays, like, 60 grand for rent, and all I have to do is, like, stock the fridge.”

ADAM LEVINE’S NEW MUSIC COMPETITION SHOW ‘SONGLAND’ COMING TO NBC: Songland, a new show executive-produced by Adam Levine is headed to NBC. The 11-episode series also has Eurythmics member Dave Stewart as an executive producer, and OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder as a producer. The show is designed to give up-and-coming songwriters a chance to get their works heard and recorded by top music stars. Charlie Puth will be the recording artist in the first episode, and the producers will be Ryan, Grammy-nominated songwriter Ester Dean and hit-making country songwriter Shane McAnally. visit Songlandcasting.com/coming-soon.php to apply.


Camila Cabello has shared a brand new orchestral version of her song “Consequences.” The track is set to serve as the 21-year-old singer’s finale single off her debut album Camila, which she performed at the American Music Awards last night.

“A lot of people say ballads like this are ‘risky’ and with every single I’ve picked I get looks like I have three heads, because people always want you to go with a song that sounds like something that’s already on the radio,” Camila said.

“It would be playing it safe for me to make a song that sounds like ‘Havana’ or another uptempo song, but to me, my goal is to challenge myself by not doing what feels predictable or obvious, to do things that excite me, and give you the most honest representation of who I am through music,” Camila added. “I know sometimes it’ll work and other times it’ll fail, but that’s okay with me.”

An official music video starring Dylan Sprouse is set to debut today.

POST MALONE TO MAKE ACTING DEBUT IN MARK WAHLBERG MOVIE: Post Malone and Mark Wahlberg will soon have more in common than being white rappers. Walhberg, the former frontman for Marky Mark and The Funky Bunch, has gone on to have a thriving career in Hollywood. For his next film, he’ll be acting alongside the “Better Now” rapper. Post Malone will join the cast of the upcoming Netflix film Wonderland. Wahlberg, Winston Duke, Iliza Shlesinger, Alan Arkin, and more have also signed on for the film adaptation of the 2013 Ace Atkins novel Robert B. Parker’s Wonderland. It’s not known yet what role Post Malone plays, but Wahlberg will reportedly play a detective trying to uncover the truth about a murder. The film’s director has already said to expect sequels if the film is a hit. Netflix has not set a release date.

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